Whenever I run
:make in Vim, it always takes control away from my buffer, places me in a temporary view where I see the makeprg's output and then prompts me to "Press ENTER or type command to continue". Is there a way so I can run
:make without leaving my current buffer?
For context, I'm using pyunit to parse Python tracebacks, using make. WHen make is finished, it populates the traceback in my quickfix buffer. So I don't need to see the intermediary make output. Just the quickfix is all I want.
For context, I'm running something like this:
compiler pyunit set makeprg=cat\ % make